Terje Rusthaug's 1929 Ford

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As it appeared in the third annual Coupe Devils Rod & Kustom Bonanza in 2011. Photo by Olav Kvipt.
Photo by Olav Kvipt.
Terje behind the wheel. Photo by Olav Kvipt.
Freshly chopped 5 inches. At the fourth annual Coupe Devils Rod & Kustom Bonanza in 2012. Photo by Olav Kvipt.
Photo by Olav Kvipt.
Photo by Olav Kvipt.

1928 Ford Model A Tudor owned and built by Coupe Devils member Terje Rusthaug of Oslo, Norway. The car was first registered in Norway on June, 22nd, 1929, and was owned by a farmer. Terje bought the Model A in 2008, it was worn out, but complete with all its parts. In 2010, the car was up and running. He removed the fenders and running boards, and mounted blackwall tires on it. Terje made new ply-wood floors and installed two bus seats in his jalopy. The engine is kept stock with a Scintilla magneto. In the spring of 2012, Terje chopped the top 5 inches, transforming it to a chopped tudor with attitude.[1]



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